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Turbulence in the atmosphere of Mars and Titan


Campus Paris-Rive-Gauche


Séminaires Planétologie et Sciences Spatiales

522, bât. Lamarck

Aymeric Spiga

Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, Sorbonne Université

Mars and Titan have both vastly distinct environments from the Earth's, yet they exhibit atmospheric turbulent phenomena akin to the ones we experience at the surface of our planet. What is particularly interesting on Mars and Titan is that turbulence is somewhat a distant exotic cousin of Earth's atmospheric turbulence, with many different aspects that allows for a rich comparative study. This study can be placed in a context of planetary exploration and multi-disciplinary planetary science. Zoom, Meeting ID 876 7331 0489, Passcode: 856642

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